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More Yummy Lip Balm & Solid Lip Gloss Recipes
  • Difficulty Beginner
  • Time 45 mins

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Yummo Lip Smacker with Vitamin E


Melt Beeswax, Cocoa Butter and Almond Oil, taking care not to overheat. Remove from heat, add Colour, Flavouring and Stevia, testing as you go to check for strength and sweetness. Stir this in well. Fill Lip Balm Tubes or Pots. Should fill about 13 lip balm tubes or pots.

You may like to dive into the pantry and make a slightly different lip balm:

After Dinner Mint Smacker

Add the following colouring and flavouring to the recipe above:

½ teaspoon Cocoa Powder or a few chocolate chips
½ teaspoon Honey
Mint Julep Flavour Oil

Reserve a little of the liquid oils, and combine cocoa powder and honey (if using chocolate chips add these to the hot oils to dissolve) with this and set aside. Add the flavour oil after the basic mix has cooled a little, then pour into containers and let set, or hurry it on in the fridge if you just can’t wait!

Note: Although natural, the honey will be a little difficult to mix in because it is a water based ingredient, not oil based.

 

Lip Gloss No.1

15g Sweet Almond Oil
15g Coconut Oil
15g Jojoba
15g Avocado Oil
30g or slightly more Beeswax - adjust this depending on how hard you would like the lip gloss.
Colour, Flavour & Sweetener if desired

As normal, melt the beeswax and coconut oil. Remove from heat, add Colour, Flavouring and Stevia, testing as you go to check for strength and sweetness. Stir this in well. Fill Lip Balm Pots.

 

Recipes using Tablespoon Measurements:

Note that using volume measurements can drasticaly alter the proportion of the ingredients and therefure the hardness/texture/attributes of the finished product

 

Creamed Lip Balm for Dry Lips

Melt Beeswax, Mango Butter and cocoa butter as usual, taking care not to overheat. (When using Shea, it is a good idea to add it and stir to melt AFTER removing the other ingredients from the heat.)

Remove from heat, add colour, flavouring and Lip Smacking Sweetener, testing as you go to check for strength and sweetness. Stir this in well. Fill Lip Balm Tubes or Pots. Should fill about 13 lip balm tubes or pots.

 

Lip Gloss No. 2

Melt Coconut, Cocoa Butter and Macadamia as usual, taking care not to overheat. (When using Shea Butter, it is a good idea to add it and stir to melt AFTER removing the other ingredients from the heat.)
Remove from heat, add Colour, Flavouring and Stevia, testing as you go to check for strength and sweetness.
Stir this in well.
Fill Lip Balm Pots.